The energy performance certificate is a report that describes how efficient a home is in terms of energy consumption. It assigns an energy rating to each home on a scale which ranges from "A" (the most efficient) to "G" (the least efficient).
This properties EPC certificate is rated as:- TBA
Spanish homes which are designed to keep "cool" in the summer months, traditionaly have lower EPC Ratings.
This attractive village house in a quiet area of Turre has been lovingly restored to offer good-sized accommodation on a single level.
Traditional, wooden double doors lead to entrance hallway which in turn leads to main living area and two bedrooms.
The two bedrooms at the front of the house are doubles and have traditional windows to street.
An archway leads to the dining space which boasts a double-height ceiling with glass blocks providing plenty of natural light, there is a wood burner for cosy winter evenings and a spiral staircase leading to roof terrace.
Leading off this room, through an arch is a cosy living room and a third bedroom which is currently used as a music room/study.
The open plan kitchen has a good-sized breakfast room area with access to a spacious bathroom and a very useful storage room.
The kitchen has a range of attractive free-standing units, range cooker and an open fireplace.
The roof terrace is accessed by the spiral staircase which leads to a low-level door out to the roof space. This area is a great size, ideal for enjoying the outdoor life and with permissions could be utilised to construct a further living area.
Interesting features of this traditional village house include high ceilings throughout and double-height ceiling in the dining area. Updates to the house also include feature brickwork on many of the walls, a fully modernised bathroom and new floor tiling throughout.
The house is conveniently located a short walk to the main square, church and all amenities yet in a quiet location at the edge of the village.
Close to amenities Unfurnished Roof terrace Wood burner